Not true. Compare the us news rankings to the placement outcomes on Law School Transparency. There is a significant correlation between the us news rank and the placement outcome.
My point was that Campos had some interesting comments about Hofstra. You can agree with them or disagree with him but he is the expert. It seems to me that ""Hofstras law school is a classic example of an institution whose very reason for being has become at the least highly questionable." is a pretty harsh statement.
Did you know that according to the latest ABA job placement statistics (for 2012), only 51.2% of Hofstra's graduates had long-term, full-time legal jobs? That means that 48.*% didn't. Almost half the graduating class [http://www.lstscorereports.com/?school=hofstra&show=chars] Is this acceptable?